The Responsibility Of Mentoring Students In Higher Education
In this episode, Dr. Frank Dooley talks to us about the RESPONSIBILITY of our faculty to mentor students. Frank dives deep into the concept of mentoring and what the investment in mentoring yields in terms of quality outcomes. Additionally, Frank discusses how CV-19 has helped to change the expectations of learning going forward including his mention of prior learning assessment as a point to consider as the future of higher education. Finally, he references Google not credit certificates, and why they help to enhance opportunities for Purdue U. Global.
Dr. Frank Dooley, Chancellor of Purdue University Global, oversees academics for approximately 31,000 students, most of whom earn their degrees online. Purdue Global is part of the Purdue University system, a highly ranked public research university whose flagship institution is located in West Lafayette, Indiana. Prior to becoming Purdue Global chancellor elect, Dooley was senior vice provost for teaching and learning at Purdue University, where he earned an international reputation as being a gifted and innovative teacher, as well as a creative researcher.
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